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Amitabh Dhillon to Head Haryana Anti-Corruption Bureau

  • 04 Mar 2024
  • 2 min read

Why in News?

Recently, Haryana government appointed 1997 -batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, Amitabh Singh Dhillon as Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Haryana Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).

Key Points

  • Another 1997-batch officer Sanjay Kumar was posted as ADGP, law and order, replacing Mamta Singh.
  • The Aide-de-Camp (ADC) to governor, Arsh Verma was posted as Mahendergarh superintendent of police while additional Superintendent of Police (SP), Yamunanagar, Himadree Kaushik was posted as Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Panchkula.
  • A 1991-batch officer, Alok Roy was posted as Director General of Police (DGP), Human Resources (HR) and Litigation, while his batchmate, Sanjeev Jain was posted as DGP, Haryana Human Rights Commission.
  • DCP, Ballabhgarh, Rajesh Duggal was posted as joint commissioner of police, Gurugram.


  • The 'Aide-de-Camp' title is given to an officer in the armed forces, who assists a higher-ranking officer.
  • ADCs are officers who serve as the personal assistant of top officers including the Army Chief, Army Commanders, governors, and President of India.
  • The President of India has five aides-de-camp, three from the Army, and one each from the Navy and the Air Force.
    • State governor has two aides-de-camp, one comes from either the Army/Navy/Air Force, and the other one from the state’s police force.
  • An ADC should have five to seven years of experience in the armed forces. He is selected on the basis of his professional performance and an interview.
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